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Maximilian Seyrich

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Büro              EW280
Telefon          +49 30 314-29050
Adresse         Sekr. EW 7-1
                    Institut für Theoretische Physik
                    Technische Universität Berlin
                    Hardenbergstr. 36
                    D-10623 Berlin
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Research interests

  • Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics and Biological Physics

  • Individual and collective behaviour of active swimmer (Bacteria, Janus particles) performing chemotaxis

  • Methods: SDE's, Bayesian inference methods, machine learning (supervised learning and reinforcement learning)

 

 

Publications

Maximilian Seyrich, Andrzej Palugniok, and Holger Stark
Traveling concentration pulses of bacteria in a generalized Keller-Segel model
submitted to New J. Phys. (2019)
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Julian Stürmer, Maximilian Seyrich, and Holger Stark
Chemotaxis in a binary mixture of active and passive particles
eingereicht bei J. Chem. Phys. (2019)
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Maximilian Seyrich, Zahra Alirezaeizanjani, Carsten Beta, and Holger Stark
Statistical inference of bacterial chemotaxis strategy
New J. Phys. 20, 103033 (2018)
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Oliver Pohl, Marius Hintsche, Zahra Alirezaeizanjani, Maximilian Seyrich, Carsten Beta, and Holger Stark
Inferring the chemotactic strategy of P. putida and E. coli using modified Kramers-Moyal coefficients
PLoS Comput. Biol. 13, 1 (2017)
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Maximilian Seyrich and Didier Sornette
Micro-foundation using percolation theory of the finite time singular behavior of the crash hazard rate in a class of rational expectation bubbles
Int. J. Mod. Phys. C 27, 1650113 (2016)
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Talks

Bacterial chemotaxis: From individual to collective dynamics
Workshop of GRK 1558, 2017, Templin

Statistical inference of bacterial chemotaxis strategies
DPG Spring Meeting, 2017, Dresden

Statistical inference of bacterial chemotaxis strategies
Workshop of GRK 1558, 2016, Bad Schandau-Krippen

 

 

Theses

Percolation Theory Applied to Financial Markets: A Cluster Description of Herding Behavior Leading to Bubbles and Crashes
Master Thesis ETH Zürich, 2015
Prof. Dr. Didier Sornette
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Bose-Einstein-Condensation and the U(1)-symmetry group
Semester Thesis ETH Zürich, 2014
Dr. Philipp de Forcrand

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